Scottish Neurodiverse Performance Network presents NEUROSTAGES Festival, Glasgow/Online


Price: Pay What You Can


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NEUROSTAGES is a two-day festival of workshops, provocations, discussions, and performances curated by the Scottish Neurodiverse Performance Network (SNPN).

NEUROSTAGES is a neurodivergent-led platform and space for artists and creatives, communities, individuals and industry professionals to:

– find out more about either neurodiversity or performance
– nurture and celebrate neurodivergent-made theatre and performance work in Scotland
– identify communities or individuals that might be friendly or interesting to engage with
– share ideas, concerns and strategies for making and staging work in a neurotypical world

NEUROSTAGES is also an opportunity for allies in the theatre and performance industries to experience the work of neurodivergent artists in Scotland, to better understand some of the barriers that still need to be dismantled and to make new professional connections.

NEUROSTAGES will take place on the 15 and 16 October 2021. It will be a hybrid online and in person festival taking place using zoom and at the CCA. Both the festival and SNPN have been generously supported and hosted by the Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow.

Full festival programme and information on how to book will be made available in August.

NEUROSTAGES is delivered by the National Theatre of Scotland and Scottish Neurodiverse Performance Network, in partnership with the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and The National Autistic Society Scotland.

BSL interpretation, captioning, Relaxed environment


Hybrid - taking place in person* at Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow and online (*COVID regulations dependent)

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